The Flying AJ Ranch FARM
Certified Organic by the Montana Department of Agriculture since 2019.
The Flying AJ Ranch farms 100 acres in the Bitterroot Valley. The farm rotates crops every year to support sustainable and efficient farming techniques.
3 acres have been set aside to support wildflowers. As a result, several neighboring farms and neighbors have noticed an increase in honey bee activity.
Organic wheat farming is a method of cultivating wheat without the use of synthetic chemicals, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), or irradiation. It is an environmentally friendly and sustainable approach to wheat production that focuses on maintaining soil health, promoting biodiversity, and producing high-quality, chemical-free wheat.
Organic barley farming refers to the cultivation of barley (Hordeum vulgare) using organic agricultural practices. Organic farming methods for barley are similar to those used for other organic grains, emphasizing sustainability, soil health, and the absence of synthetic chemicals and genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Organic hay is hay that is grown and harvested using organic farming practices. These practices adhere to strict standards and regulations designed to promote environmental sustainability, animal welfare, and overall soil and crop health.
Frequently Asked Questions
“Certified organic” refers to products that have been produced and processed in accordance with strict organic standards and regulations set forth by a certifying body or agency. These standards vary from country to country but generally include guidelines for farming practices, handling, and labeling of organic products.
One of the important aspects of “certified organic” crops is incorporating natural strategies to address herbicide and pesticides practices; our ranch does not use herbicides or pesticides.
We practice sustainable farming techniques including MIN TILL and NO TILL practices. Additionally, we annually rotate crops.
- We harvest and haul wheat to Missoula in totes.
- Truck loads to local hog farmers
- A 6-ton trailer is used for chicken feed
WE DO NOT ALLOW HUNTING ON OUR RANCH!
We honor and support our neighbors. In rural Montana, our neighbors raise horses, sheep, goats, cattle, hogs, chickens, dogs, cats, turkeys, geese, ducks, rabbits and other farm animals. Like us, our neighbors do not appreciate the shooting of ammunition or arrows near livestock, farm animals, pets, children and loved ones. There are shooting ranges close by.
An action and adventure thrillers. Overcoming obstacles is her passion: plane wrecks, cancer, horse accidents, making the wrong decisions, fear of COVID, abandonment, poverty, shame, rejection, and fear of death.